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Edward Lee Pitts

Edward Lee Pitts

Lee is the executive director of the World Journalism Institute and former Washington, D.C. bureau chief for WORLD Magazine. He is a graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and teaches journalism at Dordt University in Sioux Center, Iowa.

Articles by Edward Lee Pitts
Congress heads home

Congress heads home

Much work is left undone on Capitol Hill as lawmakers switch to campaign mode as they try to retain their jobs

Since the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” chaplains have come under fire while some lawmakers are ready to move on

Conservative leaders hope to call attention to the Democratic Party’s aggressive pro-abortion, pro-gay agenda, but most Democrats don’t seem to mind

Social conservatives at the Values Voter Summit hope the GOP vice presidential nominee will be more vocal about stark choices facing the nation


With the changing political landscape, are national nominating conventions worth all the trouble and expense?

Edward Lee Pitts | Republicans hope to counter months of relentless attacks against Mitt Romney's character by presenting their candidate as a likable family man

As politicians from both parties debate changes to welfare reform, a new government report sides with Republicans

As Democrats gather this week in Charlotte, Republicans are stationed nearby, on alert, and ready to respond

The Democratic National Convention opens with an emphasis on government and women's issues, including the right to an abortion

As the Democrats arrive in Charlotte, members of both parties debate the age-old campaign question